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Everything is proceeding as I have forseen

Yeah, I know. Lame Star Wars reference. 😉 See if you can guess what character said that line and in which movie it appeared.

Anyway...

Got a call earlier today and I have a job interview next Tuesday. Cool. I was really excited to get that voicemail and I'm reasonably sure I'll get the job. When that happens I will finally have some income. That would be cool also.

Today was the first day I actually enjoyed being in my apartment. The 'net hookup was a really big deal for me. Now that it's here I'm a whole buncha-cruncha more happy. Dare I say - I felt giddy. My phone works. My 'net works. I have GPS in my truck to tell me where the frig I am (and where I'm going) and things are all right. Technology rocks when it works for you, that's for sure.

I decided not to change my phone number just yet. That'll happen later. I still have too many things (mostly bill related) tied to my old number so it's best to keep that where it's at. It'll change eventually - just not right now.

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I am Spartacus

Best news since I've been here so far - my internet is officially ON and WORKING. It been so agonizing not having it. Seriously, it was. Tech guys like myself need our connectivity and I am so happy to have it back.

I will be changing my phone number over to a Maine one shortly and e-mailing everyone with the new information.

Things are finally starting to go my way now.

Now if I can just get a job... 😉

Some updates

Here's what's been going on the past few days.

I am officially all moved into my apartment. Everything's in there.

I have sent an application for a job. I did that today. Hopefullly I'll get it. I really, really hope I get it. Crossing fingers for a phone call tomorrow asking for an interview.

I have no internet at my apartment; that fell through. I was supposed to have it turned on Sunday, but Adelphia screwed that all to hell so I won't get it until this Friday. In short - the tech who was supposed to turn it on didn't. I'll explain that more at another time. As it stands I have no 'net which means no phone either (other than my Connecticut cell phone).

Hopefully by the end of this week I'll have a job and internet... or at least internet. 😉 Once I get 'net turned on I will have a new Maine phone # which I will be e-mailing to friends and family, so if you're one of those two, watch for it.

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